Taylor Swift saved herself from further ‘controversy’ by parting ways from Matty Healy

Taylor Swift part ways from Matty Healy after her fans raised concerns about his wild past

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Taylor Swift saved herself from further ‘controversy’ by parting ways from Matty Healy
Taylor Swift saved herself from further ‘controversy’ by parting ways from Matty Healy 

Taylor Swift did not use Matty Healy as a “rebound” after Joe Alwyn split, however, she did not want to create more controversy by staying in relationship with him.

Ever since the Bejeweled hitmaker allegedly started dating The 1975 frontman, there have been concerns from her fanbase regarding the controversial and wild history of the musician.

However, her fans and friends took a sigh of relief after it was revealed that she has parted ways from Healy, a move she made to stay away from “controversy,” claimed a PR expert.

Speaking to The Mirror, Kieran Elsby said, "I think any celebrity relationship is under the media spotlight,” adding, "With Matty's past comments I felt it was only a matter of when they split."

"Of course, Taylor couldn't say much when in a relationship, but sections of her fanbase were concerned,” Elsby continued. “Ultimately Taylor Swift is a brand, carefully managed and the split moves her away from controversy.”

Healy’s controversial history includes his addiction with heroin and prescription drugs, as well as some of his remarks that did not sit well with a lot of people.

He even misbehaved with fans during concerts which includes kissing fans and touching himself on stage, as per the publication. 

The expert went on to add that Swift’s relationship with Healy was not a "PR stunt,” while claiming that the singer started the romance with best interest.

"I don't think the split was a PR stunt, but I think Taylor's PR team will sigh a breath of relief that the split has left Taylor relatively untouched, and they will be ready to move on," he said.

"I don't think that Matty was just a rebound, I am sure the relationship started with the best intentions, but I do wonder how long it would take anyone to really get over a serious six-year relationship.

"It would be hard for anyone in this situation, and even more so in a global spotlight."